Next generation networks mean next generation threats

When it comes to enterprise security, organizations have a multitude of point solutions, but threats keep coming. Maintaining front-line defenses in a reactive posture has contributed to overloaded IT resources, shrinking talent pools and lagging skill sets. As enterprise network requirements change to support more mobile workforces and productivity demands, Software Defined Networks (SDN) are gaining prevalence. Maintaining security across evolving infrastructure simply cannot happen with existing reactive approaches. It requires a new way of thinking and extensive resources that are in seriously short supply.


Join us at HP Discover in Las Vegas, June 10-12, in session DT3478: Next generation networks mean next generation threats—New demands require a new approach. In this session, we’ll discuss the results of sponsored research from Frost & Sullivan that identifies the resulting complications of an overburdened IT security staff and HP-security1-300x158.pnghow Managed Security Services can provide much needed supplemental staff to address growing gaps. From Access Management to Firewalls, to Data Loss Prevention—as well as multiple relationships with various providers—enterprise security is a complex and messy scenario. Learn what it takes to have an effective, integrated security footprint that delivers a measurable reduction in business risk, reduces complexity in your environment and provides lower total cost of ownership.


We’re looking forward to seeing you at HP Discover in Vegas! Register here, or view more security-track sessions here

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